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Christian de Pee 斐志昂
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:Netherlands 荷蘭
Period for Grants:9個月

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Instituion:Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University美國哥倫比亞大學東亞語言與文化系

Topic:Egotiating Marriage: Wedding, Text and Ritual in the Sung Dynasty (960~1279)



Instituion:Department of History, College of Literature, Science and the Arts, University of Michigan, USA


Specialty:中國禮儀與文化、考古研究、中國歷史(唐)、中國歷史(宋)、中國歷史(元代)、•Tang-Song-Yuan China, Middle-Period China, East Asia 、•Text and writing, imperial power, ritual, archaeology

Homepage:Department of History, College of Literature, Science and the Arts, University of Michigan

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  • Christian de Pee. 2010. ” 言葉による交通:唐宋代中國における都市空間とテキスト地理學の變容 (Traffic in words: Urban Space and the Transformation of Textual Geographies in Tang-Song China). 中國學のパースペクティブ (Perspectives on Sinology), 287-304. Tokyo: Bensei shuppan
  • Christian de Pee. 2010. “Purchase on Power: Imperial Space and Commercial Space in Song-Dynasty Kaifeng, 960-1127.” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 53:1-2, 149-84.
  • Christian de Pee. 2009. "試論晚唐至元代仿木結構墓葬的宗教意義" 考古與文物4. , 86-90.
  • Christian de Pee. 2009. “Wards of Words: Textual Geographies and Urban Space in Song-Dynasty Luoyang, 960-1127.” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 52:1 , 85-116.
  • Christian de Pee. 2007. “Words of Seduction, Lines of Resistance: Writing and Gender in Zheng Xi’s Dream of Spring (1318),” Nan Nü 9 , 247-283.
  • Christian de Pee. 2007. The Writing of Weddings in Middle-Period China: Text and Ritual Practice in the Eighth through Fourteenth Centuries. Albany: State University of New York Press
  • Christian de Pee. 2006. “Till Death Do Us Unite: Texts, Tombs, and the Cultural History of Weddings in Middle-Period China (Eighth through Fourteenth Century),” The Journal of Asian Studies 65:4 , 691-712.
  • Christian de Pee. 2004. “Material Ambiguity and the Hermetic Text: Cities, Tombs, and Middle-Period History,” Journal of Sung-Yuan Studies 34 , 81-94
  • Christian de Pee. 2001. “Premodern Chinese Weddings and the Divorce of Past and Present,” positions: east asia cultures critique 9:3 , 559-584.
  • Christian de Pee. 1999. “The Ritual and Sexual Bodies of the Groom and the Bride in Ritual Manuals of the Sung Dynasty (11th through 13th Centuries),” in: Chinese Women in the Imperial Past: New Perspectives, ed. Harriet T. Zurndorfer (Leiden: E. J. Brill, ), 53-100
  • Christian de Pee. 1997. “Cases of the New Terrace: Canon and Law in Three Southern Song Verdicts.” Journal of Sung-Yuan Studies 27 , 27-61
  • “Circulation and Flow: Immanent Metaphors in the Financial Debates of Northern Song China (960-1127 CE),” History of Science 56:2 (2018), 168-195.
  • “Notebooks (biji) and Shifting Boundaries of Knowledge in Eleventh-Century China,” The Medieval Globe 3:1 (2017), 129-168.
  • “Nature’s Capital: The City as Garden in The Splendid Scenery of the Capital (Ducheng jisheng, 1235),” in Senses of the City: Perceptions of Hangzhou and the Southern Song, 1127-1179, ed. Joseph Lam, Shuen-fu Lin, Christian de Pee, and Martin Powers (Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, 2017), 179-204.
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